May 10, 2002
From: Nishina Masayoshi
In your comment on O. kabirensis, you mentioned that "there are usually a few scattered very elongate papillae, which are probably retractile"
This is correct, The papillae are retractile in both O. viridis and O. kabirensis. I have attached images of the same individual of O. viridis, one with papillae extended, the other with papillae retracted.
email@example.comMasayoshi, N., 2002 (May 10) Retractile papillae in Oxynoe. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/6828
Thanks to your photos, I've taken the 'probably' out of my comment
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